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The Trump Administration’s Politicization of Coronavirus Intelligence

The current biased pressure about the coronavirus and the Wuhan lab has multiple costs. It is likely to impede public understanding of what is known and unknown about the origins of the pandemic. It is an additional needless complication in U.S. relations with China, especially if the hypothesis …

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What Will Progressives Demand From Biden on Foreign Policy?

A new letter published on Monday lays out their top priorities. A group of fifty-one organizations led by Demand Progress sent a letter on Monday listing “key” foreign policy priorities of the progressive movement for Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden. Biden had defeated insurgent progressive Sen. Bernie Sanders …

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The China Virus (No, Not That One)

What makes the virus so pernicious and difficult to eradicate is how it attaches itself to U.S. fears and insecurities regarding China but inflates them enormously. There is a China virus ravaging the world, preying in particular on Americans of all stripes. Its symptoms are clear: a feverish, …

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Biosecurity Is the Lesson We Need to Learn from the Coronavirus Pandemic

Biological outbreaks have been a fear among experts for decades. The ever-increasing encroachment upon natural habitats has resulted in zoonotic disease spillover to humans. There is no scientific evidence that the virus that causes the coronavirus was bioengineered. However, that does not mean that humans do not bear …

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The CIA and the United State of America attitude in Cyber Strategy

Sajad Abedi  Why is Sydney Bristow in the television show “pseudonym” the worst spy in history? She is always arrested. Why is she arrested? Because she is entering a good coping action. She fled to the guards. Video cameras record their image. She turns on motion detectors, whenever she …

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War And Pandemic: Expanding Complexities Of Israeli Nuclear Strategy

Prof. Louis René Beres “I warn the reader that this essay requires to be read very seriously and that I am unacquainted with any art which can make the subject clear to those who will not bestow on it their  serious attention.”-Jean Jacques-Rousseau, The Social Contract (1762) More …

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Melting Ice on the Roof of the World: Opportunities and Dilemmas in the Arctic Ocean

Hassan Riaz Chaudhry For centuries humanity has relied upon the ocean for its evolution and sustenance: be it the medium of exploring new lands as done so by the likes of Christopher Columbus and Vasco Da Gama to the eternal graves of countless warriors as a result of …

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Khalifa Haftar’s latest declarations

Giancarlo Elia Valori On April 27, General Khalifa Haftar, the military and political leader of Cyrenaica and especially of the Libyan National Army (LNA) announced that he “accepted the popular mandate to deal with the country’s issues, despite the burden of responsibilities and obligations, as well as the …

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Obstacles to the normalization of relations between Turkey and Armenia

Farzad Ramezani Bonesh Turkey was one of the first countries that recognized Armenia’s independence, and diplomatic relations were established between the two sides, but the 1921 dispute between Yerevan and Ankara over the borders and the Treaty of Kars prevented the reopening of embassy. This trend was stopped …

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